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The City of Portland, Oregon

Portland, Oregon

Welcome to the official web site of the City of Portland, Oregon

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1221 SW 4th Avenue, Room 110, Portland, OR 97204

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02/19/09, Oregonian: Portland steers anti-gang money to streets

Agencies lose funding; street outreach workers gain it

06/19/12, Oregonian: Protocol Guidelines Established for Gang Related Funerals

Community led protocol assisted by OYVP and other public services.

2015, A New fresh start: immigrant youth stay above street influences

Street Roots News supplies a look into immigrant youth striving to be successful, describing the need to broaden community support to assist in youth achievement

April 2015 Team of Dreams East African All Stars - Basketball

Politicians, Police want to help youth. Refugees offer their own answer: Basketball

Community Partnerships Credited with Reduction in Violence

Portland's Gang related violence drops as of January 2017

Creating a seamless transition for immigrants to the City

Nov. 28, 2015, first annual Portland Intercultural Basketball Tournament was co-hosted by PP&R's Parks for New Portlanders and Teen Force programs to celebrate diversity and culture. Supported by the Mayor's Office & Office of Youth Violence Prevention

Gang violence drops in Portland so far this year (2017)

The purpose and value of the Community Peace Collaborative Public Forum

What Does Gang Related Mean?

Have you ever wondered what it means when officials describe a crime as “gang-related”?